Zadak has just announced a new AIO liquid cooler featuring 2x ARGB fans and an ARGB pump. The Spark AIO 240 liquid cooler was designed to offer “excellent quiet, cooling, no-fuss installation” for PC modders and enthusiasts while maintaining Zadak’s focus on “original design and exquisite craftsmanship.”
The 2x 120mm ARGB fans spin from 500RPM(±10%) up to 1800RPM (±10%), with noise levels topping out at 25dB according to Zadak. With a static pressure of 2.5 mm H2O and an airflow rating of up to 46.34CFM, the 2x Zadak Spark RGB PWM fans should be a good match for the radiator.
The aluminium radiator has a fin density of 22FPI (fins per inch) and is connected to the pump through sleeved rubber tubes. The pump uses the “patented MOAB II water distribution” copper plate and an ARGB pump cover that uses 2nd generation ARGB lighting. Just like the RGB lighting on the frame of the fans, the pump cover can be synchronised with most motherboard RGB software, including Asus Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and ASRock Polychrome Sync.
Thanks to its “tool-free mounting bracket”, Zadak claims the cooler can be easily mounted in any compatible socket. Socket compatibility for this cooler includes Intel LGA 1150, 1151, 1152, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011(3), 2066, and AMD AM4.
Available now for $159, the Zadak Spark 240 AIO liquid cooler comes with a 5-year warranty. You can learn more about the cooler HERE.
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